Although the economy is showing signs of recovery, the staggering number of unemployed Americans has prompted a Washington representative to draft a bill extending unemployment benefits in certain states.
A St. Louis-area company's Ferris wheel is drawing extra attention, but it's not because it's a particularly wild and crazy ride, or even that it's secondhand. It's because, in this case, the first owner's hand was clad in a sequined white glove.
Gov. Jay Nixon gave a Washington-based law firm a contract that was not competitively bid to help Missouri with an application to receive stimulus funds for rural Internet access. Initially worth $50,000, the contract was later expanded to $100,000.
The rust was discovered on fields in New Madrid, Pemiscot and Dunklin counties. Producers may not be affected since the rust happened late in the growing season.
The July accident led to 10,000 gallons of water spilling down four floors. It damaged ceiling, walls, computer and files.
The alumni gift from retired Texas energy company executive Wayne Laufer is being used to establish an endowed chair in energy research.
Falls Prevention Awareness Day is on Tuesday. The death rate for people 65 and older from slip and fall injuries is nearly a third higher in Missouri than the national average.
In nearly 30 years of restoring cars, Brett Schreiber has never let others discourage his passion for automobiles. Now he hopes to turn his hobby into a full-time business.
Schools across the St. Louis area are planting gardens to encourage healthful habits at an early an age and provide an educational experience as well.
The display at the Jasper County Courthouse in Carthage resembles the town's historic Boots Drive-In. Local leaders hope it make the courthouse an even bigger stop for tourists driving the old Mother Road.
Columbia City Council members are pushing for a smaller reduction in social services spending for fiscal 2010 after agency representatives argued the recession is the wrong time to cut financial support.
A woman who has worked in the Affton school district since she was in high school says she has no plans to retire.
The partnership would include 16 state agencies, two federal agencies and 16 private, religious and charitable organizations that would work together if Missouri is hit with a natural disaster or terrorist attack.
The parents of a 17-year-old boy who died in a June 2008 accident are suing the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission. The petition states that Route M and the bridge over Flat Creek lacked safegaurds to prevent vehicles from hitting the bridge.
Condition of student hit by bus upgraded to good condition. A bus struck an MU student in Rocheport early Friday morning after he attempted to stop the bus.
About 2,000 people gathered Sunday afternoon outside of St. Louis to support a bill that would require insurance companies to cover more costs for autism care.
Missouri Southern State University completed a new contract with its embattled president despite faculty concerns.
"The Mizzou Connection Program" will make transfering from Moberly Community College to the University of Missouri an easier experience.
A Sedalia couple received a free tour after being pulled over in Kalona, Iowa. Kalona's Chamber of Commerce and Washington County sheriff pulled over people with out-of-state license plates as an attempt to boost tourism.
A cross hung by a manager in a downtown Schnucks creates uneasiness among Jewish customers.